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Date
1911 – 1936
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
105.05.1033
Description
Dominion Parks FIRES, warning sign, sheet metal. Background light grey green. Realistic picture 10.0x20.8 of a forest fire at top, under that "Dominion Parks FIRES". FIRES in bold red 4.5 high letters, below that instructions and warnings in black and red lettering:"By order of the Department of th…
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Title
Identification Sign
Date
1911 – 1936
Material
metal
Dimensions
44.9 x 29.6 cm
Description
Dominion Parks FIRES, warning sign, sheet metal. Background light grey green. Realistic picture 10.0x20.8 of a forest fire at top, under that "Dominion Parks FIRES". FIRES in bold red 4.5 high letters, below that instructions and warnings in black and red lettering:"By order of the Department of the Interior. J.B. Harkin, Commissioner ofDominion Parks".
Subject
Dominion Parks
parks, fires
Harkin, J.B.
Healy Lakes
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Keith McDougall, 1978
Catalogue Number
105.05.1033
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Date
1915 – 1920
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
102.04.1011
Description
Beaten brass, heart-shaped ashtray from Siberia, brass motto banner in Russian fastened to top by copper rivets, triangular sheet of brass, heart-shaped depression in middle and 2 grooves to hold cigarettes at sides, dented texture all over from beating.
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Title
Ashtray
Date
1915 – 1920
Material
metal
Dimensions
1.6 x 12. x 15.4 cm
Description
Beaten brass, heart-shaped ashtray from Siberia, brass motto banner in Russian fastened to top by copper rivets, triangular sheet of brass, heart-shaped depression in middle and 2 grooves to hold cigarettes at sides, dented texture all over from beating.
Subject
souvenirs
Russia
Ulysse LaCasse
Credit
Gift of Ulysse LaCasse, Banff, 1970
Catalogue Number
102.04.1011
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Date
1918 – 1919
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
102.04.1012
Description
Siberian box, hand-carved for Ulysse LaCasse,lid carved in relief of flower branches, "Vladivostok/Siberia 1918-1919./U. LaCasse" against textured background, rectangular box with flat ends and rounded sides like a flattened cylinder, carved of solid piece of wood, lid hinged with small metal pins …
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Title
Trinket Box
Date
1918 – 1919
Material
wood
Dimensions
3.0 x 8.4 x 12.3 cm
Description
Siberian box, hand-carved for Ulysse LaCasse,lid carved in relief of flower branches, "Vladivostok/Siberia 1918-1919./U. LaCasse" against textured background, rectangular box with flat ends and rounded sides like a flattened cylinder, carved of solid piece of wood, lid hinged with small metal pins each side, interior of lid carved with curling hunting horn and "260" carved below it.
Subject
souvenirs
Russia
Ulysse LaCasse
Credit
Gift of Ulysse LaCasse, Banff, 1970
Catalogue Number
102.04.1012
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Date
prior to 1930
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
102.05.1004
Description
Ornate silver-coloured tin base for kerosene lamp, round, slightly-domed base of pierced and cast tin, pierced short shaftholds large cast tin font which fills through small hole on upper side, flat screw-on cap 7.5 cm diameter screen on top to hold chimney, metal collar topped by screen mantle cov…
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Title
Kerosene Lamp Base
Date
prior to 1930
Material
metal
Dimensions
28.2 cm
Description
Ornate silver-coloured tin base for kerosene lamp, round, slightly-domed base of pierced and cast tin, pierced short shaftholds large cast tin font which fills through small hole on upper side, flat screw-on cap 7.5 cm diameter screen on top to hold chimney, metal collar topped by screen mantle covers wick which adjusts by large thumb-screw at side of chimney holder, very lightweight.
Subject
households
Credit
Gift of Unknown, 1968
Catalogue Number
102.05.1004
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Date
1914 – 1940
Material
metal; ceramic
Catalogue Number
102.07.1002
Description
Black "Quebec heater"- stove, tall, cylindrical stove, 1 burner on top, 2 doors, 2 vents top and bottom, top door 23.0 x 18.0 with circular chrome-plated screw-down vent in center, 2 permanent open oval vents below, lower door 36.0 x 24.0, oval screw-down vented plate, 3 gears, 3 triangular grinder…
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Title
Wood Stove
Date
1914 – 1940
Material
metal; ceramic
Dimensions
103.0 cm
Description
Black "Quebec heater"- stove, tall, cylindrical stove, 1 burner on top, 2 doors, 2 vents top and bottom, top door 23.0 x 18.0 with circular chrome-plated screw-down vent in center, 2 permanent open oval vents below, lower door 36.0 x 24.0, oval screw-down vented plate, 3 gears, 3 triangular grinders, 4 legs, sheet metal lined with firebrick, "Guelph Stove Co. Ltd./No. 600 rec'd 1914/New Quebec".
Subject
households
furnishings
Credit
Gift of Unknown, 1968
Catalogue Number
102.07.1002
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Date
1915 – 1945
Material
glass; fibre; skin
Catalogue Number
103.01.1001
Description
Blue design on red beaded collar and cravat, wide cravat's rounded bottom contains orange diamond shape at centre outlined in blue border and oblique blue lines from top and bottom points, similar, smaller design on each side of collar in solid blue, round collar ties at back of neck by buckskin th…
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Title
Beaded Cravat
Date
1915 – 1945
Material
glass; fibre; skin
Dimensions
29.3 x 32.2 cm
Description
Blue design on red beaded collar and cravat, wide cravat's rounded bottom contains orange diamond shape at centre outlined in blue border and oblique blue lines from top and bottom points, similar, smaller design on each side of collar in solid blue, round collar ties at back of neck by buckskin thongs, beadwork on heavy canvas fabric.
Subject
Indigenous
Stoney
beadwork
regalia
Credit
Gift of Unknown, 1968
Catalogue Number
103.01.1001
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Date
1910 – 1950
Material
tooth; bones; skin; glass
Catalogue Number
103.01.1005
Description
red-dyed molar teeth and beads strung on buckskin, 2 broken strands of buckskin (40.0-45.0 cm) strung with large, red-dyed animal molars, and cylindrical glass and bone beads, 2 molars (2.5 x 3.0), and 4 pieces sliced from shin bones (2.0-3.5) have fallen off thong, piece ofcylindrical bone beads t…
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Title
Beaded Necklace
Date
1910 – 1950
Material
tooth; bones; skin; glass
Description
red-dyed molar teeth and beads strung on buckskin, 2 broken strands of buckskin (40.0-45.0 cm) strung with large, red-dyed animal molars, and cylindrical glass and bone beads, 2 molars (2.5 x 3.0), and 4 pieces sliced from shin bones (2.0-3.5) have fallen off thong, piece ofcylindrical bone beads tied in large knot/bow at middle (back of necklace?),other piece tied in small, neat knot.
Subject
Indigenous
Stoney
ceremonial
shaman
Walking Buffalo
George McLean
regalia
Credit
Gift of J. Monroe Thorington, Philadelphia, USA, 1969
Catalogue Number
103.01.1005
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Date
1910 – 1940
Material
metal; plastic; tooth
Catalogue Number
103.02.1002 a,b
Description
2 straight razors with black handles, flat steel blades curved one side and hinged to fold inside handle, thumb lever at end of blade when folded flips blade open, (a) 16.5 x 2.2 x .6,"The improved magnetic Eagle Razor/639... Germany", blade sides riveted together and ivory spacer at tip, (b) 17.3 …
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Title
Straight Razor
Date
1910 – 1940
Material
metal; plastic; tooth
Description
2 straight razors with black handles, flat steel blades curved one side and hinged to fold inside handle, thumb lever at end of blade when folded flips blade open, (a) 16.5 x 2.2 x .6,"The improved magnetic Eagle Razor/639... Germany", blade sides riveted together and ivory spacer at tip, (b) 17.3 x 2 .4 x .8; "N.E.V.A. trade mark/guaranteed Sheffield made/ John Clark & Sons ... England", broken at rivet at hinge end.
Subject
households
James I Brewster
Credit
Gift of Joe A. Brewster, Banff, 1975
Catalogue Number
103.02.1002 a,b
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Date
1915 – 1945
Material
glass; skin; fibre, cotton
Catalogue Number
103.03.1001 a,b
Description
Uppers beaded light blue with red and white border, diagonal stripes around edge of sole, red, white and blue checked diamond, yellow centre on toe, short white buckskin ankle flap with notched edges, short rounded tongue, short lace tie on (b) inside faced with light blue and greenstriped fabric u…
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Title
Beaded Moccasins
Date
1915 – 1945
Material
glass; skin; fibre, cotton
Dimensions
12.0 x 12.5 x 25.0 cm
Description
Uppers beaded light blue with red and white border, diagonal stripes around edge of sole, red, white and blue checked diamond, yellow centre on toe, short white buckskin ankle flap with notched edges, short rounded tongue, short lace tie on (b) inside faced with light blue and greenstriped fabric under beadwork.
Subject
Indigenous
beadwork
regalia
Mark Lefthand
Credit
Gift of Unknown, 1968
Catalogue Number
103.03.1001 a,b
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Date
1918 – 1920
Material
skin; metal, brass
Catalogue Number
103.03.1009 a,b
Description
Leather ski gaiters made by Charlie van Zant, high, fitted, brown leather gaiters, brass lacing lugs close together (2.0-2.5 cm) along opening at outside of leg, leather flap under opening, single long leather lace tied through brass eyelet at bottom of each.
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Title
Ski Gaiters
Date
1918 – 1920
Material
skin; metal, brass
Dimensions
29.5 cm
Description
Leather ski gaiters made by Charlie van Zant, high, fitted, brown leather gaiters, brass lacing lugs close together (2.0-2.5 cm) along opening at outside of leg, leather flap under opening, single long leather lace tied through brass eyelet at bottom of each.
Subject
sports
winter
skiing
Cyril Paris
Credit
Gift of Cyril Paris, Banff, 1968
Catalogue Number
103.03.1009 a,b
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